19 January 2021

10th Winter School on “Ethics of Neuroscience and AI” 2021

8–12 March via Zoom. Please register by 19 February 2021 (first come, first served).

This year we will have a focus on Artificial Intelligence.

See official Winter School website:
https://www.bccn-berlin.de/events-list/winter-school-ethics-and-neuroscience-2021.html

The Winter School is organized by the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin/ICCN, the Berlin School of Mind and Brain and Excellence Cluster “Science of Intelligence”. The event is tailored for MSc and PhD students, but covers a range of topics of potential interest to other researchers, reflecting on the ethical and societal consequences of modern neuroscience.

Theoretical foundations, as well as practical and ethical aspects are addressed. Participants will benefit from a combination of lectures with group work and discussions, where they will put the learned content into practice.

Registration is now open! Register here: https://www.bccn-berlin.de/registration-form-winter-school-2021.html

The deadline for registration is 19 February 2021.

Scientific organizers

Prof. John-Dylan Haynes and Prof. Thomas Schmidt

Keynote lecture

Prof. Christoph Lütge (TU München): “Ethics of AI with a View on Business”

On Tuesday, March 9, the school offers two parallel tracks: The Philosophical Track focuses on theoretical aspects, metaethics and moral responsibility. The Empirical Track offers theoretical foundations as well as a number of practical ethical aspects in neuroscience, such as deep brain stimulation, brain death, artificial intelligence, and data protection.

The preliminary program can be found on the Winter School website.

Fees: The Winter School is free of cost, but registration is necessary.

Venue: Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Winter School will be held online.

Certificates: Certificates will be issued for those who attend at least 4/5 days

Organization: Dirk Mende and Lisa Velenosi

Contact: graduateprograms@bccn-berlin.de